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Power R&D Fab Technician

Summary:  We are looking for a highly motivated individual to join our Power R&D group. As a fab technician in the Power Research and Development Group, you will be responsible for monitoring and dispositioning Power R&D material in process. Furthermore, you will have the opportunity to work closely with a team of Device Designers, NPI Engineers and Process Development Engineers, to drive yield and performance improvements and to bring new device designs and processes to market.

 

REQUIREMENTS: Associates degree in engineering or science OR at least 2 years working in a technical role

experience in Semiconductor Device Processing
Strong attention to detail is a must
Strong computer skills and MS Office (Word, Excel, Access) experience required
Must be able to follow detailed instructions
Able to work in a cleanroom for an extended time
Ability to adjust to rapidly changing priorities
Candidate must be a US Citizen or Permanent Resident

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

BS degree in a relevant engineering or science field
Experience in SiC or Si Power Device Processing, including photolithography, dry and wet etch processes, physical and chemical vapor deposition, thermal processing, etc.
Knowledge of Statistical-based data analysis
Excellent written and oral communication skills

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Learn and perform tasks related to the fabrication of SiC Power device, including: photolithography, dry and wet etch processes, physical and chemical vapor deposition, and thermal processing
Perform inspections and characterization tests on wafers and communicate results to the team
Collect data, analyze results, and issue recommendations.
Understand complete process flow for product line
Assist in creating documentation for new procedures and work instructions after process development is completed, and assist in training production operators on new processes.
Provide support to team members to investigate/resolve processing issues and suggest solutions to prevent future occurrence